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RE: st: Format and Export(Excel) of 3-way table results

From   Roy Wada <>
To   <>
Subject   RE: st: Format and Export(Excel) of 3-way table results
Date   Wed, 29 Jul 2009 17:48:20 -0700

Try using -logout-. It will attempt to unwrap and export the 
document into Excel-friendly format.
cap log close
logout, save(myfile) excel replace fix(1) : tab3way state status year

I have a feeling it'll be too complicated to unwrap accurately. 
An alternative is to use the undocumented -tab- option in outreg2. It 
will dump the contents into Excel format. It's explained here.
This option probably needs to be spun off into another program.
I am not sure about your second question. You can try combining 
-logout- with -table- (I think it will do n-way tabulations). See 
the respective help files for more.
> 1. using tab3way seems to give me what I wish for (see partial output
> below), but since I have to cover a space of 40 years over all the
> states, the output wraps around the result window and is very
> unsightly.
> => Is there a way for me to ask stata to export the results, so I can
> recreate a table that's more reader-friendly say in Excel?
> 2. Is there a way to have stata output frequencies for months that are
> above average and months that are below average for the same state on
> 2 rows in an alternating fashion (such as in the "wanted" result)?
> Wanted:
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